Railway Industry Application Solution Case Study | Lumispot Tech
The railway system primarily consists of five major systems:
traffic management, locomotive management, track management, electrical management, and rolling stock. They are commonly abbreviated as traffic, locomotive, track, electrical, and rolling stock.
The traffic management section is responsible for managing stations and station staff. Major and special-grade stations establish direct-reporting stations, while second-grade and lower-grade stations are governed by the traffic management section.
The locomotive management section oversees and maintains train locomotives and the allocation and scheduling of locomotive drivers, serving as their operational headquarters.
The track management section is in charge of railway track maintenance, railway line renovation, and repair management.
The electrical management section manages the maintenance and repair of railway signaling facilities.
The rolling stock section is responsible for the maintenance and repair management of railway train vehicles and equipment.
Considering the main features of the machine vision products from Lumispot Tech Group, line lasers, serving as illumination sources and structured light sources, can be applied in the following railway systems:
Locomotive System - Pantograph and Roof Status Detection
As shown in the diagram, line lasers and industrial cameras can be mounted on the top of a metal frame. When a train passes by, high-definition images of the train's roof and pantograph are captured.
Locomotive System - Dynamic Monitoring of the Running Gear
As illustrated, line lasers and industrial cameras can be installed on both sides of the railway tracks. When a train passes, high-definition images of the train's wheels are captured.
Track Management System - Portable Railway Line Anomaly Detection
As depicted, line lasers and industrial cameras can be installed at the front of a moving train. As the train moves forward, high-definition images of the railway tracks are captured.
Rolling Stock System - Freight Car Fault Image Automatic Recognition and Early Warning System (TFDS)
As shown in the diagram, line lasers and industrial cameras can be installed on both sides of the railway tracks. When a freight car passes, high-definition images of the freight car's wheels are captured.
Rolling Stock System - Train Tread Image Detection
As illustrated, line lasers and industrial cameras can be installed on the inner side of the railway tracks. When a train passes, high-definition images of the train's tread are captured.
Rolling Stock System - High-Speed Train Operation Fault Dynamic Image Detection System-3D (TEDS-3D)
As depicted, line lasers and industrial cameras can be installed on the inner side and both sides of the railway tracks. When a train passes, high-definition images of the train's wheels and undercarriage are captured.
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